suffolk wrote:We sometimes get hummingbird hawk moths on the buddliea outside my office window
suffolk wrote: can the Abelia take a little shade do you think?I
Yup, even at my great age, and at 60 mph I can tell the difference. The biggest problem out here is to keep one's eye on the road. There is so much to look at. In fact my car has a special "champignon" gear setting. It goes forward at about 15kph, but when you dab the brakes, it goes into reverse and backs up for about 50 metres.tinyTrishkins wrote:Ian....driving at 60mph, you sure it wasn't a toffee wrapper
ianinfrance wrote:Hi again,suffolk wrote: can the Abelia take a little shade do you think?I
I guess that if your shade is light, it will do fine.
miss mouse wrote:I was surprised to see a bald eagle hovering over a field in Essex yesterday then realised that it was a pidgeon-scarer
a bit like this
Almost exactly the same list of birds as visit ours, Suffolk, (but no yellow wagtails), we currently have a pair of blackcaps, they like the ,erm, 'fat balls'
You didn't list starlings? or Magpies?
I would really like to have house sparrows, there are some a couple of streets away but they never make it to our feeder.
Late summer last year the goldfinches were in and out of our rosemary bushes, eating the seeds I guess. So cute ! and they have a lovely little song too with 'iquid' notes.
Oh I'm can well believe it. About the first time I ever recognized it here was growing in a stone wall between the road and the Dordogne, just on the outskirts of Beaulieu.suffolk wrote: Broomrape I had in my old garden back in Mid-Suffolk, believe it or not !
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